Norfolk Catholic High School - Crusader Yearbook (Norfolk, VA)
- Class of 1959
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JOHN J. RUSSELL, D.D
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The Most Reverend
JOSEPH J. HODGES, D.D
Auxiliary Bishop of Richmond
Mrs. MURPHY MANAGES A SMILE even on Mondays when the office is crowded with
bus ticket purchasers.
Ever since the beginning of the tradition of Catholic
High, Mrs. Marguerite Murphy has served unselfishly the
ever changing faculty and student body. The school was
still an architect's plan when Mrs. Murphy first began her
service as secretary of the Fund Raising Campaign. As soon
as the offices became habitable, Mrs. Murphy joined
Father Meehan, the first principal, as secretary of the staff
at Norfolk Catholic. And with that, to those who would
become part of the school, Mrs. Murphy became all to all.
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RUTHIE SCHMITT is one of the many students who have overcome a ee
ing of awe to replace it with one of sincere appreciation.
Guiding our destiny
As principal of Norfolk Catholic High School, to Father Burke falls the respon-
sibility of guiding our school life. By his constant and untiring efforts, he strives to
make our school a better place in which to live and to learn. Under his capable
direction we work to improve scholastically, physically, socially, and morally. He
works with a feeling of justice toward allg the good of the students collectively is
foremost in his mind. When a problem arises, Father Burke welcomes the oppor-
tunity to discuss it with the students and work with them to solve it. No difi'iculty
is too small for Father to give his time and sage advice. Seniors. who know Father
best, understand the responsibility that is his and want him to know that they are
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Christ the King
REVEREND ALAN OIBRIEN
St. Pius X
REVEREND HENRY WADE
Christ the King
REVEREND PAUL HARRIGAN
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REVEREND GABRIEL T. MAIORIELLO
Religion IV, III, II
FRANCISCAN SISTERS: SISTER MARY GERARD
Rrligion I. Physical Sc'ic'nc'f'. Uconic-try, Consumer Math
lX'Il'f'IlllllICill Drawing: Trmiun'r of School Activity Fund
SISTER MARY ANNE, Rcligion I. Trigonomvtry, Cc-om
1-try: SUAUIIOIIIHVP Clan Illodemtor, Third Order of St.
DAUGHTERS OF WISDOM: SISTER DO
'I.ORES. English III. Biology. SISTER XVII
LIAM MARY. English I. Il,
DAI'CIlTl:'RS OI" CIIARITY: SISTER MARTIIA. Library Sfivnccg
Sflnml I,i,1HIVIII71, I,iI1mry Council, Student Council. SISTER GER-
ALIJINE, Shortlizincl II. Typing II. Booklwc-piiig. Cvncrul Typing. Fu-
lun' A'inws. Iizuirifw Clzila. SISTER BARBARA, Office Prawtifc, Typing
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SISTERS OF THE HOLY UROSS: SISTER M. FRANCIS ROSE
txllIl'l'If.lIl History. fIovvrr11m'nt. RVOHOIIIIK' IQ:-cugrz1pI1y1 Dramntir Club.
SISTER M. RITA CIARIXIIZL. I'Il'0Il4'Il I. II, I,z1Ii11 I. Il. III: Sllllffllflfj' So-
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INIARIE M.-XRfII'IlRI'I'I2. EIIQIISII IV, Rvligion I1 Cru-
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Mr. ERIC LANCASTER
Mrs. NANCY KRAFT
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Mrs. ARTHUR SWIRSKY
American History, English I
Future Teachers of America
Mr. MARTIN DEIM
Mr. ANTHONY CACALANO
World History. English II
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'KI offer Thee - in union with the Holy Sacrifice of
the Mass - my prayers, works, joys, and sufferings." A
few simple words and our whole day is a prayer . . . a
prayer with Christ. This is reality, not fantasy. It is a
reality which is protected and fostered by activities and
responsibilities which prepare us for God's work, our
sanctification. Norfolk Catholic makes available to us the
necessary materials and atmosphere through which we
pray in Christ and He prays in us.
CONNIE VANDERPLOEG AND
RALPH LONG find in the
the pause that really refreshes
WITH THE LIGHTING OF THE ADVENT WREATH each moming
by one of the students, Norfolk Catholic joins the Church in the spirit of
the Advent liturgy.
DURING MARCII gifted vocational essay
writers arrive in the auditorium for some
coaching by Fr. hlnioriclloz Mary Anne
Moore, james Rensch, James Register, John-
olyn Thornton, John Fedorowicz, Scott
Blankenship, and Richard Grissom.
KEEPING HIS CONSTANT VIGIL, St.
John Bosco. patron of youth, stands at his
post in the rear of the Student Chapel.
President of the Catholic Action Club
"HERE'S A FUNNY
ONE," says Lucille Guer-
rieri to Nancy Brownley as
they add new literature to
the Catholic Action Club's
WILL MARY ANN VANDERPLOEG con-
vince Sister Thomasina that they can spend
another five dollars
for the Infant Home?
on the Christmas party
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MIKE TONGEL AND PHIL PU-
LIDO seem unaware of each other as
they quietly read the spiritual mate-
rial in front of the chapel. Is Phil
planning on being a nurse?
RELIGIOUS READING IS THE ORDER oi the day for
many students including Margaret Query and jimmy
FATHER MALLOY and Walt Schwind End time to chat between
SEEN MEDITATING before the Blessed Sacrament in
the auditorium are Butch Hunt, Ann Kirby, and Allene
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OFFICERS Mary Zoby, Cecilia Venuto, and Theresa The-
hargc pose with their moderator Sister Rita Carmel.
Inside the Sanctuary
PREPARING FOR MASS on
Friday finds Betty Whitson,
Claudette Ranger, Claudine
Lambert, Mary Longton, and
Sylvette Lambert in the service
of the altar.
CINNY ESCOFFIER LOOKS ON as Edward Raffeto and Elea-
nora Holme replare used vigil lights. St. Joseph smiles approv-
ANN MARIE DAILEY makes
sure that lNIz1clcline Post uses holy
water from lvlnry Lou UllriCh's
bottle. Tliey're afraid that Charles
Falls' altar wine would be used up
GARY KN APP
Prcsidcnt of the Snnrtuary Soricty
ANOTHER DUTY of thc mvmlwrs. Curr' of thc Infant
of Prague, is pc-rformcd by Janicc Lustig, Jcrilyn Zinsvr,
and Theresa Muehlbaucr
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TERRY CASABLANCA, President of the C.S.M.C.
THE "WHEEL OF FORTUNE" goes spinning
around. Mary Sue O'Connor looks wistful as she
sets it spinning.
HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES of the C.S.M.C. display their banner. Left to Right,
FIRST ROW: Nancy Kelleher, Gerry Orsini, Norah Fenn. SECOND ROW: Tommye Ann
Damiano, Mary Longton, Marie Vischio, Florence Young. THIRD ROW: Dick Moore, Ed
Maltby, and James Evans.
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MODERATOR, SISTER THOMASINA, pauses a moment with
C.S.M.C. ofhcers - Gerry Orsini, Cynjo Sever, and Mary Anne Moore.
for the missions
FIRST PLACE FOR DECORA-
TIONS went to the "Big Dipper,"
sponsored by homeroom 17. From
the way Florence Young is Hxing
her hair she must think it's a "kiss-
"GET 'EM WHILE THEY'RE
HOT!" says Janice Lustig, Pat
Glynn and Tommye Anne Dami-
ano as they prepare to serve hot
dogs to the hungry crowd at the
EVERY FRIDAY the student body has the
privilege of receiving Our Lord in Holy Com-
munion while attending Mass in the audito-
The Eucharist is the
center of grace
OUR LORD AWAITS A VISIT from those who love Him
Blessed Sacrament each First Friday in the Student Chapel.
"THE FIRST JOYFUL
MYSTERY" . . . Jimmy
Haskett gives the October
morning meditation and
leads the school in the
First decade of the Rosary
as part of his Legion work.
waits at exposition of the
President of the Legion of Mary
the keystone of Legion activity
ROBERT DOHERTY BITES HIS TONGUE as SEATED: Marianne Marcioli, Gt-raliline Klum. Vir-
Frances Matthews assigns work to the Legionaries. ginia Escoffier. Jerilyn Zinser, Mary Carol Gregory,
STANDING: Franees, Robert, Maria Teeuwen, Sister Darlene Simpson, Barry Ewald and Patricia Glynn.
Marie Marguerite, William Ewald, James Haskett.
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vice-president, and Charles Falls, secretary-
trezisurer, guide the Altar Boys.
Close to God
AWAITING THE PRIEST, Ed Raffetto and Bill Ewald assist
at Mass in the chapel.
SISTER MARY ANNE sagely guides
the Third Order of Saint Francis. Its
members are Tom Sochor, Johnolyn
Thornton, Catherine Byland, and Sue
and to Mary
GAZING DOWN FROM HER PEDESTAL
through a green screen, the Virgin Mary
seeks the prayers of her children.
MARY IS I-IONORED in the homerooms dur-
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Because we become other Christs by membership in
the Mystical Body we make Him live in today's world. ln
the classroom we must become as the intellectual Christ,
Christ Wlho spoke authoritatively with the doctors of the
temple and NVho spoke gently with the little children. We
must become as Christ, VVho with infinite knowledge, was
humble enough to obey. At Norfolk Catholic, we learn to be
one with Christ in thought and deed.
MIKE LAING AND AMANDA
WHICHARD work with wheels and
axles in the physics lab.
VETERANS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY are
Walt Schwind, Katherine Clark, and Tony Giannelli, who
with Sister Barbara's help planned the inspiring ceremonies
for the induction of the new members.
LEONARD BALLBACK looks all nerves after his induction into
the Honor Society. Kathy Emerson and Anita Zinkl, however, take
it in their stride.
ANN KIRBY ADDRESSES the student body on scholar-
ship as Mike Damiano, Mary Ann Moore and Walt
Schwind ponder her words.
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JIM DAVIS DEMONSTRATES to Ray Finney and Jim Hickerson the working of
the slide in a slipstick in Sister Mary Anne's trig class.
STEVE POTOSKY and Howard Wilkie appear stymied but Rob-
Crt Johnson proves himself a competent student of Algebra.
"SO FOUL AND FAIR A DAY I have not seen." The words of the wretched Mac-
beth echo again in Sister Marie Marguerite's English IV class.
JANE BANE ATTEMPTS a formal proof
Proficiency in expression
SISTER WILLIAM MARY points out an obvious
mistake in grammar to Frank Madden as Freshmen
Jerry Long and Richard Harris dig into thc book.
involving the trapezoid in Sister Gerard's
Plane Geometry class. Catherine Bertoglio
and Sister won't let her make even one
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Mary Ann Wiseman
Mary jo Zontini
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THE MICRO-PROJECTOR is the instru-
ment and Jean Mills, David Mecklenburg
and William Borysewicz the sophomores ex-
amining a paramecium in Sister Dolores
"SMILE KELLEHER' Fr Maioriello de
mands that even the juniors sees the bright
side of Apologetics
SPIDER WEBB PUTS THEORY into prac-
tice a.s he demonstrates sympathetic vibration
to Mike Mastalski.
A LIGHT RAY TRAVELS through a convex lens. It meets in a point. Thus Leonard
Ballback and Kathy Emerson learn the puzzles of physics in Sister Montfort's lab.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS discuss projects that their class will undertake. Andrea
Bowen. secretary-treasurer, and Robert Matthews, vice-president, give rapt attention to
what Thomas Wood, president, is saying.
WAYNE LEARY and RALPH EARLY display some of
their World History extra Credit projeets.
"MY 'JOHN HANCOCK' is as good
it is a big joke.
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ing to be on the government exam. Ruth
Schmitt!" says Sr. Francis Rose. Eddie Fmim
and Nancy Brownly are getting a head start on
as his." muses Lewis Witt, while Sandra Connell thinks
SISTER THOMASINA has her linger on the an-
swer in her Spanish II book while Sharon Lukino-
WONDERING WHO is going to do the next pantomime in the Freneh II Club,
officers, Donald Burlage, Margaret Query, Dick Moore, and Sr. Rita Carmel look at the
new games chances.
around the World.
vieh, Betty Oliver, Dorothy Muehlbauer, and Sue
Dealy wish they had X-ray vision.
PONDERING OVER THE ANSWER, Ralph Long
tries in vain to eonjugate the verb that Mary Lou Ull-
rieh points out in Latin III. Praying that they won't
be called on Mary Kay Smith, James Renseh. Pat
Glynn, and paying rapt attention Fran Morris.
Edith Sally David Dennis Gregory
Anderson Anderson Aument Barrows Bill
Marilyn Sharon Gail Ann james
Bolton Boring Bouvier Bramble Brown Bruno Bryant
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Sister Barbara reminds Martha Blackburn, Va-
lois Grubbs and Arlene Cameron as she
watches over her Junior typing class.
THERESA MUEHLBAUER EXPLAINS
the journal transactions to Sister Geraldine's
bookkeeping class while the students listen
BUSY DAY IN OFFICE practice class.
Jeanne Monahan explains the mimeograph
machine to Theresa Thebarge and Mary Ellen
Gies while Ruth Schmitt types and Geraldine
Durand works the comptometer.
HERE WE HAVE Carolyn Kiurz zirtinq in hvr offirizil raipzivity :is prvsicivnt of tht
Business Club. Othvr ofHc'r'rs zirv Ruth Sfhmitt. virv-pre-siclr-nt :ind Mary -Io Zontini
is the goal . . .
President of the Business Club
"HOW DO THEY EVER READ thi-ir
own writing?" asks Eleanora Halmc to
Cookie Portafe as they Correct papers in
their roles as Future Teachers.
"THE MINUTES sccm to be in order, girls," Mrs. Swirsky JIMMY MANNFNG AND DAR'
says to Club officers Rayzmnc We-rkmcister, trcasurvrg Martha LENE SIMPSON are llolll lllllof'
Blackbum. secretary: and Kathy Emerson, vivo-president. ing hard lrYlng to gm llmt lmllfflln
President of the Future Teachers' Club
ANITA DURAND IS GOING TO VOLUNTEER for the next assignment that Mrs. Swirsky
is giving out to the club's members: Anita. Mary Linda Standing, Gail Peluso, Nancy Coughlin,
Catherine Bertoglio, Pat Glynn, and Jeanne Murphy.
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magazines or sorting them for the magazine
Zinkl, Virginia Cubilla, Martha
Williams, and Gladys Dailey
ON THE ASSEMBLY LINE in the new lihrnry work
room are Audrey Poole. Mike Mzirqun. Ther:-su 'lihcbargtz
Paul Lang. and Irene Elliot.
ENTERING THE DOOR of the library arc K. Emerson. A. Ross, V. Bziity.
R. Finney, G. Dozier, K. Bertoglia, S. Blandin, and D. Muchlbaucr.
IT S REALLY VERY SIMPLE says Mary Smith and Mary Carol Gregory and Betty Whitson on the technique of
Anne Marie Druly to Amta Durand Carol Watson Mary o making a hospital bed.
amb1t1on of service
MARY YANEZ PLEADS not to be
stuck as she and Emma Peterson, Mar-
gie Rosensteel, Irene Elliott, Louise
Lustig, Pat Shea, Lois Casale, Paige
Roughton, Martha Williams, Pat
Hotchkiss, Loretta Kube, Judith Ser-
vonsky, Nancy Haskett, Pat Grear,
Rosemary Vellines, Pat Krynski, and
Cathy Ward are given Future Nurses
Pins by Sister Geraldine.
COMPLETING THEIR COURSE on home nursing given by the Red
Cross are Rachel Denby. Mary Ann Wiseman, Mary Lou Morris, Alycia
Casper, and Nancy Kelleher. Looks as if Alycia didn't make it!
MARY JO MELCHIORRE
President of the Future Nurses Club
ACCOMPANIED BY Mary Jo Melchiorre are Jane Bainc. Janice Lustig. Mary Smith. Mary
Dee Marsh, Kathy Donlon, Elaine Knapp, Mary Kutnak. as they practice their routine for the
Saint Patrick's Day program to be given at the Old Folks' Home.
. . . MY HA DS
that I ma do our work
AMONG THOSE WHO HAVE
GIVEN their time and efforts to
our school are Anthony Giannelli,
Presidentg Maureen Robinson, Vice
Presidentg and james McGroarty,
Secretary-Treasurer of NCHS's dili-
gent Student Council.
Our hands are Christis hands . . . hands dedicated to
His work. As members of the Mystical Body with Christ
every good act that we perform is beneficial to all. At Nor-
folk Catholic the program of extra-curricular activities is
planned to teach the students leadership and cooperation.
Leaming these virtues we become Ht lay apostles working
for the advancement of Christ's Church, His Mystical Body.
Christ working with us and in us.
FATHER MAIORIELLO AND HENCHMEN, better
known as the Board of Directors, meet in Z1 big gangland
Conference to determine policy for Key Club, Inc. LEFT TO
Service, our motto
President of the Key Club
RIGHT the mob includes Gerard Zoby, Bill Smith, Tony
Giannelli, Fr. Maioriello, Leonard Ballback, Mike The
Thinker"Damiano, Jim McGroarty, and Dick Grissom.
and H? 7-HE
XNMKE BATT AGLX A LOOKS Y,-799 AU STYJD nite! the
Laing checks xhc resxxks as 'Um 'Yobkx and Nike Darffxxmo greek over
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JIMMY MCGROARTY, Secretary-Treasurer,
busily takes the minutes of the Student Coun-
President of the Student Council
SENIOR AND JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES thoughts while Anita Zinkl, Kathy Emerson, and
of the Student Council discuss the geopolitical im- Mary Liz Mulqueen carry the subject further. Is Joyce
plicritions of the world situation. Phil Pulido en- Mann driving Mary Anne Moore batty or just asleep?
grosses Ralph Long and Jim Curtiin with his deep Who's so interesting to Dorita Woodson?
MOST OF US have noticed that the lunchroom is the change are Maureen Robinson, Anita Zinkl,
a better place this year. Some of those responsible for Fran Wysocki, and Mike Damiano.
ED FRAIM, hall-duty chairman, and Leonard Ballback, slave-day chaimian
check with Mary Anne Moore on future projects of the council.
WHILE ON HALL DUTY, Phil Pulido is a
dangerous man. Watch those detentions!
PETER KEILTY, the man in Charge of repair-
ing clocks and broken down facilities, cools his
heels in our spic 'n span lunchroom.
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LOWERCLASS STUDENT COUNCIL officers hold a short meeting in the cafeteria. LEFT
TO RIGHT are: J. Monahan. F. Madden, M. Scullion, K. Eswine, S. Gross, M. Coyle,
Magrum, G. Klucz. F. Wysocki, P. Keilty. Zadell, D. Grissom, C. Byland, M. Wright, and
SISTER MARTHA with the Council's man-of-the-hour, Thomas Wood, checks the
activities listed in the SCA bulletin.
TONY GIANNELLI, Council president, recognizes jim Zadell, sophomore representative, in
the first open meeting of the Student Council.
IN A CUBBY HOLE. in the rear of the auditorium, Connie
Vandcrploeg, Mike Damiano, and Ralph Long check through old A
yearhooks and magazines searching for "original" layout ideas. Y
HARRY TOCCE UNOBTRUSIVELY dips into thc Cash box while diverting at-
tention from himself by slipping Joanne Howard and Jeanne Monahan the latest pic-
tures. Mike Laing and Ray Finney study the shots.
THERE'S NO RECESSION at Catho-
lic High as Katherine Clark, business
editor, rnkes in the corn. A silent Sister
Montfort obligingly records the proceeds.
MARY ANNE MOORE, SISTER MARIE MARGUERITE, MARGARET QUERY.
AND TONY GIANELLI become so engrossed in the Senior pictures that they forget they
are supposed to be "worl-ting."
BILL EWALD IS SLIGHTLY SKEPTICAL over the point Len Ballback is bringing out.
However, Joanne Crockett, Kathy Emerson. and Frances Matthews are completely taken in.
THESE ARE SEVENTEEN MEMBERS of the 1:20
English class who do the typing for the '59 Crusader.
FIRST ROW: Ruthie Schmitt, Lucille Guerierri, Mary
Finney, Mary Ellen Gies, Terry Casablanca, and Mary
Reese. SECOND ROW: Theresa Thebarge, Earlene Ken-
nedy, Emma Peterson, and Gladys Dailey. THIRD ROW
Carolyn Klucz, Audrey Poole, Joyce Witt, Mary Frances
Scalzi, Jeanne Monahan, Dottie Murden, and Geraldine
JIMMY CURTIN and Edward
Rufetto, page editors, think, "No
wonder this newspaper has a hard
time meeting its deadline with
Katherine Clark not keeping her
mind on her page."
A PAGE EDITORS WORK is
never done! Judy Tytus. Joyce Mann,
Harry Tocee, and Fran Morris are
living evidence of this.
ROAMING REPORTERS Mary Liz Mul-
quccn, Richard Barry, and Gerry Orsini con-
fcr between bells on the question of girls'
"MY GOODNESS, look at thatll' says Ruth Schmitt
on the Defenxofs field trip to the printers while Joyce
Mann, and Jeanne Monahan give it the over-the-
THE DEFENSORS SIPA DELEGATES,
Norah Ross and Pat Sullivan, have their
last minute eonferenre with Sister Mont-
fort before they embark for Washington and
Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.
. . . than the sword!
YVHAT MAJOR CHANGE is the Defenior staff voting
on for the next issue? FIRST ROW: Richard Barry, John
Ilarnlvy, John Kelleher, Archie Ross. Nora Fenn, and
Jam' Rillgflllll. SICCOND ROIV: Billy Ewald. James
Renseh. Roger Gallalee, Joseph Clark, Margaret French,
Kathy Cllovvr, and Franves Nlatthews. THIRD ROlV:
Patrirk Caton, James Davis, Tony Giannelli, Mary Liz
Mulquecn, Mary Jo White, Florence Young, Virginia
Cubilla, and Johnolyn Thorton. FOURTH ROW: Jo-
seph Monahan, Jeanne Monahan, Mary Anne Moore,
Margaret Query, Allene Anderson, and Dorita Woodson.
FIFTH ROW: Gerry Orsini, and Joanne Howard.
WHO ARE YOU KIDDING, Mary? WAKE
up and cheer.
PHIL PULIDO AND ART BRUNO
Co-Captains of the football team
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THE '58 CRUSADERS WERE: L. to R., Ist ROW: jim
Dunn, Mike Caprio, Clyde MacDaniel, Elmer Riddifk,
Phil Pulido. Art Bruno, john Brogden, Donald Love, Jim
Oliver, Coach Diem. 2nd ROW: Jim Bramble, Steve
Standing, Joe Casale, Gene Schmidt. Frank Zadell,
Jim Fleetwood. Dong Brickncr, Ralph Early, Jim Madden,
eadership . . .
Vic Kolodzivj, Bob Cardnvr. 3rd ROW: Paul Millvr. Spikv
Bruno, Miko Laing. W'alt Schwind. Spider Wvlnlu, loin
Knight, Mike Damiano. Tommy Dvrkvr. Gary Untlmcrlvt,
4th ROW: Bill Polaris, Vinfcnt Maslow. Ed lluglivs.
Mike Tongcl. Gorard Zolmy, Butch Balllmack, Mika' Roland,
WALT SCHYVIND LOOKS ON as Art Bruno pivks 'mn
up and lays 'vm down for thc Crusader Elvvvn.
MARY LIZ MULQUEEN IS A BIT SURPRISED, but nonetheless delighted over
her selection as Homecoming Queen. Co-captains Art Bruno and Phil Pulido share the
"WE WANT A TOUCHDOWNH is the chant led by
Dottie Murden during the Great Bridge game.
Cradock . . .
St. Mary's .
A PUZZLED LOOK STRIKES Coach Di0m's
face as he decides his nc-xt move.
JOE C.'XSAI,Fi TRIES IN VAIN to thwzirt ll lmrillnnt Czitfh
by ll Grczit Bridgv YVildc'.1t,
THE ODDS NIOUNT UP hut Tommy Dvc'k1'r hghts mi with grim
Czltliolic' .. .. O
Cfzitholic' . . . U
Catholic' . . . . 0
Cfzitholici . . . 7
Catholic . . . . O
Calholit' . , . 7
Catholic . . . , I3
Catholic' .. . 6
New faces surprise all
AGAINST A DARKENED GYM, pretty Joanne How-
ard brightens a dismal scene.
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. . . . 71 N.N. Apprentice
. . . . 52 Frederick . . . .
46 Deep Creek
. . . . 64 Fishburne . , .
. . . . 39 Benedictine . . .
. . . . 48 St. Patrick's . . .
, . . . 74 Cathedral . . . .
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. . . . 51 N.N. Apprentice
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. . . . 66 Fishburne . . .
61 St. Paul,s....
. . . . 49 St. Patrick's . . .
. . . . 42 Benedictine . . .
MUSCLE AND BONE COLLIDE as
Bruce Howard goes up for a jump shot
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BRUCE HOWARD, AND the "Big E," Ed-
die Frziim, get their signals crossed as Mike
Rolzmcl looks on with frustration.
THE GIRLS' VARSITY ARE: FIRST ROW: Co-captain Mary
Anne Moore, Mrs. Angie Fitzpatrick, Coach, Co-captain Amanda
Whichard. SECOND ROW: Mary Linda Standing, Mary Jo
Scullion, Mary Ann Vanderploeg. THIRD ROW: Betty Ann Oliver,
Gail Peluso, Mary Jo White. FOURTH ROW: Anne Tucker, De-
lores Finney, Kathy Eswine. FIFTH ROW: Dorothy Muelhbauer,
Mary Lou Morris, Connie Kean. SIXTH ROW.' Julie Seluga, Rose
Marie Vellines, ancl Pat Webb.
"WHAT AM I GOING TO DOT' Mary Jo
Scullion seems to say. Then she spots Mary
Anne Moore who makes two more points for
Catholic . . . . . 37
Catholic . . . . . . 45
Catholic . . . . . . 34
Catholic . . . . . . 25
Catholic . . . . 47
Catholic . . . . . . 32
Catholic . . . . . 36
Catholic . . . . . . 41
Catholic . . . . . 39
Catholic . . . . . 33
Catholic . . . . . 34
Catholic . . . . . 63
Catholic . . . . . 34
Catholic . . . . . . 45
St. Vinccnt's 18
Alumni ..... . . . 20
A.P.R.C. .... 17
Cathedral . . . 58
St. Patrickls . 22
St. Paul's . . . 36
St. Gertrude's 34
St. GcrtruCle's 31
A.P.R.C. .... .. . 19
St. Patrickls . 21
Cathedral . . . 51
St. Vincc'nt's 35
St. Paul's . . . 33
Suffolk .... 43
MARY ANNE VANDERPLOEG TRIES DESPERATELY to
. intcrfcpt a pass in thc tight and thrill-paCkt'cl St. Paul's game whil0
Amanda Whichard and Mary jo WVhitc stick Close to their girls.
THIS 15 A STICK-UP. MAN.
Roach for thc- sky! Actually Mary
Annc Moore has just gotten off 21
shot against St. VinCcnt's. and, from
tht' look on Julie Scluga's face she
CliC1n't make it.
MARY JO WHITE HAS
MARY LIZ MULQUEEN all
boxed in during thc game with
thc Chccrlcadcrs. Throw it to
Art Bruno, Mary Liz. Rt-fcrccs
arc always partial to a Cute
OUR FOUR MEMBERS of the Richmond all-tournament tram pose with our t0am's
trophy, They are record-hrcakcr Mary Jo Srullion, Mary Annr- Moore, Amanda NVhiChard,
and Mary Ann Vanderploeg.
Mrs. FITZPATRICK got-s over the srorebook with her accountant-managers Andy Bowen
and Terry Casablanca.
'AWE COULD TAKE THE BOSTON CELTICSN shouts Mary Jo Svullion as
she and the other ofhrcrs of thc Varsity Club, Connie Kean, Mary Ann Vandor-
plocg, and Terry Casablanca, svan the morning sports shorts.
Fostering school spirit
OUR MORALE BOOSTERS, the Cheerleaders, for the Mann, Norah Ross, Allene Anderson, and Mary Liz Mul
'58-'59 athletic season were Joanne Howard, Joann Romeo, queen.
Nandy Rissotto, Mary Finney, Dottie Murden, Joyce
Wet behind the
IT'S A BIRD: it's a plane: it's "Gruesome" Gris-
som for two points.
WE CAN'T THINK of a caption. Can
YOU,RE CRAMPING MY STYLE BUD, growls
"Quicksund" Baillio. Like I Cilllyl lump thc hoop!
SPORTING HER USUAL SMILE,
spirited Joyce Mann cheers another team
THE SUCCESSFUL BASEBALL TEAM of the '59
season included: Left to Right, FIRST ROW, Vic
Kolodziej, Bruce Howard, Walt Schwind, Dan Done-
gan, Dickie Fraim, Carmen D'Auria, Jim Evans,
Jimmy Madden, Coach Diem. SECOND ROW, Bill
SLIPPIN' AN SLIDIN' INTO FIRST, Carmen D'Auria's
always our boy.
Pouleris, Ed Hughes, Donald Love, Art Bruno, Mike
Roland, Butch Ballback, John Brogdon, Earl Scott,
Tommy Decker, Frank Zadell, Jimmy Zadell, and
TROPHY WINNER. BRUCE HOWARD, gets his pitching arm in shape
for the next big game.
FIRST BASEMAN, EARL SCOTT,
warms up before the Norfolk Academy -
DICKIE FRAIM swings his mighty bat
hoping to clean up those bases.
IS ALLENE ANDERSON CI-IEERING
for another game or is she collecting alms
for the poor?
FIRST ROW: Ernie Cappola, Paul Cote, Jack Giles, Greg
Kennealy, Hick Hickerson, Mike Damiano, james Oliver,
Jim McGroarty. SECOND ROW: Ray Cutler, Mike Caprio,
Scott Blankenship, Nick Wagner, Warren Christe, Gerard
Zoby, John Baillio, Pat Caton, Doug Brickner. THIRD
ROW: Joe Clark, Paul Lang, joe Cofer, Gene Schmidt, Joe
Moore, Spider Webb, Lou Cappi, Edward Hughes, Dennis
Roland, Tom Wood, Bill Ewald, Bill Dennery.
MAKE IT or break it Gutberlet!
PAT CATON AND TOM WOOD
finish one-two for Catholic in the 880.
Wfings of endurance
GERARD ZOBY will hit that bird yet with 40 feet.
JOHN BAILLIO pounds out the last
lap of the Mile to win.
THE BAREFOOT BOY from Catholic
Lou Cappi, swings over the bar at 5'8".
AND THE SCORE GOES UP another notch, hey! hey!
JACKIE GEARHEART TOSSES THE
BALL toward the basket to score two points for
her team. Despite her efforts Room 2 lost the
championship game to Room 13.
"GET YOUR ELBOW OUT OF MY STOMACHP'
yells Dickie Fedorowicz to Vincent Maslow as they bat-
tle for the ball in the close Final games between Home-
rooms 16 and the champions, room 15.
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over her selection as "Queen of the
Senior Class." President Mike Dami-
ano does the honors of informing her
of the class's choice.
to see as You do
To be one with Christ in our thoughts and actions does
not chain us to the chapel. We see, along with Christ, that
in our social life we must continue to build what is God's
work, our sanctification. The program at Norfolk Catholic
provides us with the opportunity to use the eyes of Christ
to see the plan of social activities in this life as a means of
developing the whole man and to make ourselves one with
Him so that at graduation we do not leave Him behind but
continue throughout our whole lives to see things through
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CLAUDINE LAMBERT as the grandmother in
"Gray Broad" cmphnsizes the need of virility to
mother Mary Finney in bringing up her daughter
President of the Draimatic Club
OSCAR WINNERS in the senior play, "Gray Beard" are Claudine
Lambert, Mary Finney, Carolyn Klucz and Gloria Caruana.
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"BEANIE, YOU TOOK PART in scaring poor Lizzy Mae out of her wits. Tell us right now
who that horrible creature wasf' Gail Howard says, as Elaine Brawley comforts Martha Holly.
PLAYING THE PART of the fools or detectives, as the case may be, Philip Thatch and
Paul Ranken give talented performances in 'KBEANY'S PRIVATE EYE."
"DO I HAVE IT RIGHT NOW?" asks
Mary Liz Mulqueen to Tommye Ann Dami-
ano. Surrounding members of the rehearsing
cast are Sylvette Lambert, John Galloway,
Kathy Glover, Dickie Butt, and Robert
CONNIE KEAN, VICE-PRESIDENT, and
Mary Linda Standing, Secretary-Treasurer,
discuss future plans with the club moderator,
Sister Francis Rose.
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ENGROSSED IN HER VISION Bernadette prays at
the grotto. Judy Tytus as her sister. and Tommye Ann
Damiano as a rich friend anxiously question her.
AS PART OF THE PROGRAM for National Secretary Week, Ruthie Schmitt, secretary of
the Business Club, presents an orchid to Mrs. Murphy, the beloved and well-deserving school
A SUCCESSFUL FUND RAISER was Slave Day, a project of the Stu-
dent Council. Jane Magrum might agree to its success, but she certainly M In 1
would have something unfavorable to say about Doug Brickner's order. O
"NOW, CATHERINE, WHO IS BURIED IN
GRANTS TOMB?" asks quizmaster Art Bruno at
the yearbook assembly.
NOW, STUDENTS, this is how we save this man's
life. Uh-huh. The invisible students learn much from
the Public Health Nurse as part of the program for
WE NOW TUNE IN on two of Dick Clark's Satur-
day night fans Kathy Glover and Judy Tytus who
are giving their all at one of the Friday pep rallies.
WITH JOHN KELLEHER behind the wheel, Homecoming Queen
candidates Mary Finney, Stephanie Sykes and Pat Magee ride in style
as they tour the football Field.
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HOMECOMING QUEEN Mary Liz Mulqueen smiles
demurely at the crowd from her '59 Buick. Runners-up
Joann Romeo and Dottie Murden complete the pretty
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CHEERLEADERS-FOR-A-DAY, Janet Sidoti, Ruth Cornetta, Connie Vanderploeg,
Dolores Finney, and Mary Jo White, wave to the camera from Jim Albano's Hill-
"SING IT, BABY!" Leonard Ballback, Jimmy Oliver, and
Tony Giannelli entertain Key Clubbers at the Capital District
Convention in Baltimore.
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HEADED FOR A YEARBOOK CONVENTION and a gay weekend in
New York City, Margaret Query. Mary Anne Moore. Manda Whifhard, and
Connie Vanderploeg board the plane in Norfolk.
STANDING ATOP THE ENIPIRE
STATE BUILDING are Ralph
Long, Father Mnioriello, Tony Gian-
nelli. Bill Ewzild :md Ilnrry Torre.
By the way, where is Long? Cphoto
ALTHOUGH JIMMY AND DORITA were losers in
the campaign for Student Council elections, they are
winners in school spirit and good sportsmanship.
FOUR BUSY PEOPLE from May
18 to 20 were the campaign managers
Gerard Zoby, Richard Barry, Norah
Ross and Mary Jo Zontini.
have a president . . .
ANITA ZINKL is the very pretty Vccp selection as the co in Ball-
TOMMY WOOD as Secretary-Treasurer is the third
man in the Big Three of the S.C.
THE MAN WITH THE GAVEL for the
'59-'60 srhool your is Leonard Ballhark,
choice of the students in the recent election.
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HIGHLIGHTING THE PROM was the much awaited announce-
ment of the king and queen, Mary Jo Zontini :md her escort Jimmy
McGroarty, by Joyce Mann, reigning queen from last year.
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE ROMANTIC
ATMOSPHERE. Dick Butt, Don Shive and their
dates listen to the soft strains of the Qunrternotes.
Twelfth of Never
HOOP SKIRTS AND CUMBERSOME
swingin' at the annual Junior-Senior Prom
TUXEDOS didn't stop these vibrant Couples from
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THESE HEALTHY SPECIMENS OF HUMANITY,
Roger Galallee, Katherine Clark and Amanda Which-
ard stuck it out and received perfect attendance pins for
four years. It's too bad Roger didn't make it to the end.
AWARDED GOLD TASSELS for maintaining a 90 or above average throughout their four
years were, FIRST ROW: Margaret Query, Mary Frances Scalzi, Joanne Howard. SECOND
ROW: Marjorie Roberts, Ann Kirby, Katherine Clark, Allene Anderson, Claudine Lambert.
THIRD ROW: Joyce Mann, Mary Anne Moore, Tony Giannelli, Amanda Whichard, Mau-
reen Robinson. FOURTH ROW: Walt Schwind, Archie Ross, Mike Laing, Ray Finney,
Ralph Long. Jeanne Monahan and Victoria Baity also received gold tassels.
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ON TO HIGHER GOALS AT COLLEGE are these Norfolk Catholic scholarship winners
Ray Finney, Naval Arademyg Eddie Fraim, St. Bernardsg Archie Ross and Tony Giannclli
University of Virginiag Ann Kirby, St. Josephls and Good Council Collegcsg Katherine Clark
Notra Dame of Marylandg and Joanne Howard, Georgetown Visitation.
RAY FINNEY gives the cameraman a big smile
to show his enthusiasm over the Catholic lead- MAUREEN ROBINSON was Norfolk Catholics
ership trophy he won. representative to the annual Azalea Festival.
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A SELECT GROUP OF SINGERS formed this ycnr's Glce Club. The students entertained
at scvcral assemblies throughout the year.
Mrs. CHARLES VOGAN
SHYLY MIKE ROLAND steps up to the
platform to receive his four-in-one letter.
Ed Rutledge, guest speaker from University
of Kentucky looks on.
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"THANK YOUU says smiling Manda
Whichard as she accepts her trophy for
ubest guard" from coach Mrs. Fitzpatrick.
"I'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE GOOD
THINGS . . ." says Father Burke as he addresses the
athletes and guests at Shore Drive Inn.
EDDIE FRAIM is the recipient of the
most valuable basketball player trophy.
Coach Tom Hourihan congratulates
NCHS's record scorer.
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MARIA TEEUWEN, vice-presidenb
elect of the Library Council, and
GERARD ZOBY AND DICK GRISSOM, new Key Club oilicers,
discuss next year's problems, like a wild convention.
LEADERS OF SCHOOL SPIRIT are Nandy Ris-
sotto and Joann Romeo, C0-captains of the '59-'60
Jerilyn Zinscr, president-elect are
filled with plans and projects.
Mr. and Miss SOPHOMORE clvctcd by their
Classnmtvs :irc Mike Roland :ind Mary jo S1 ullion
THE OFTEN OVERLOOKED and always ovcrworkvd svcrctnry-trczisurvrs arc' Knthvrim
Clark, Archie Ross, Ann Coughlin, Bill Ewnlcl. Suc Kraft,
Anthony Pototsky, Juanita Lynch, and Morgan Trimycr.
Clydv Mc'Dz1nicl, Kathy Donlan
FRANCES MATTHEWS, a member of the yearbook staff
as a junior, is the editor of the Crusader '60.
EDWARD RAFFETTO is already assuming
thc responsibilities of editor-in-chicf of the
Defensor, a position to which he was elected
by the '59 page editors.
A NEW VENTURE OF CATHOLIC HIGH is
undertaken by Anita Zinkl. Dorita Woodson. Darlene
Simpson, Richard Barry and Jimmie MCGFOZIYIY,
about to set out for a Summer School of Catholic
Action at Henderson. North Carolina.
CATHOLICS DELEGATES to Boys' State held at VPI are Leonard
Ballback and James Manning.
SOON TO BE OFF TO RADFORD COLLEGE and Girls' Statc- are Jerilyn
Zinser. Marianne Maccioli, Frances Matthews. Mary Jo Zontini. Norah Ross.
and Florcnge Young.
FOR TWO YEARS OF UNSELFISH SERVICE, Father Maioriello presents
to Father Burke a gift of appreciation from the student body.
OUR "MOST TALENTEDU YOUNG ACTRESS, Clau-
dine Lambert, receives an award for dramatic ability from
"OH, COME ON, let's get thi:
over with," Father Maioriellc
seems to say as Leonard Ballbacl
TONY GIANNELLI, outgoing President of the Student Council, presents his
battle scarred gavel to Leonard Ballback along with his best wishes for the
Jresents an activity pin to an-
mther junior, Fran Morris.
AS ONE OF THE TWO FRESHMEN to do so, jane Ma-
grum receives an activity pin for acquiring ten or more points
through participation in two major clubs.
DICK GRISSOM GIVES A
TOAST to our beloved Alma Mater
at the Sophomore-Senior Banquet.
"BELIEVE ME WHEN I SAY,
STUDENTS , . ." precedes Father
Burke as he addresses the graduates at
the Senior Day banquet.
THE SENIORS PAY ARDENT ATTENTION to Maureen
Robinson as she reads the prophecy of the Class of '59 after their
presentation of "Showboat."
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JUDY CLARK placed second in the Talent Show by performing
an acrobatic act. Ruth Schmitt gets an E for effort for four years
DRESSED AS LITTLE MEN, these four unidentified
Senior girls did a brutal Charleston routine to capture
e for third place.
THESE FIVE SENIORS competed in this year's
Senior Talent Show but emerged a loser. Dubbed
the Canaries, the girls are Allene Anderson, Con-
nie Vanderploeg, Mary Anne Moore, Manda
Whiehard, and Joyce Mann.
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OUR SCHOOL'S D.J.,s, Jimmy Albano and Ralph
Mouton, slip on another cool platter at a school dance.
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THERE WERE MANY RUINED HOSE as this group of revelers swung out to the rockin'
beat of drums and sax.
Joanne Howard, Mike Damiano
ALL ARE WHEELIN, AND DEALIN' at the "Coquette's Heart," '
all, that is, except lonely Doug Brickner. A
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Dottie Murden, Tony Giannelli
Manda Whichard, Phil Pulido
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ON THE BRINK OF A NEW ERA,
Seniors Mary Anne Moore, Harry
Tocce, and Peg Query wistfully gaze
toward the beckoning future, leaving
behind them twelve years that have
Hown by only too quickly.
Four years of hard work, fun, and spirit have come to a
close for us. As we leave for the outside world of college and
business ventures, many thoughts run through our minds.
One thought lingers on, a thought that we hope never to
lose. Though we are leaving NCHS, we are never leaving
Christ behind us. Everything that we do in later life, Christ
will do in us as long as we live in His grace.
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James Anthony Albano, Jr.
Christ the King
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Chess Club 15 Glee
Club 15 Football l,3.
Ambition: To keep my nose from be-
coming longer than a certain Twee-
When Jimmie feels like working, he
just lies down until the feeling goes
Marie Allene Anderson
Student Council 2,35 C.S.M.C. 3,45
Sanctuary Society 1,25 Defensor 3,45
Future Teachers' Club 1,25 Glee Club
1,25 Latin Club 1,25 Cheerleader 3,4.
Ambition: To fill the lives of the ones
I love with every happiness possible,
and to return to Norfolk someday.
"If Dreams Come True"
Allene believes that smiles are better
teachers than the mightiest words.
Anne Daniel Bennett
Legion of Mary 1,25 Good Counsel
Club 45 Dramatic Club 15 Glee Club
1,2,35 Choir 1,25 Latin Club 3,45
Varsity Club 3.
Ambition: To be a spinster in the pro-
fession of art.
Anne is full of wit and loving fun.
Look out world5 here she comes.
Alice Victoria Baity
Student Council 1,25 Student Court
1,25 Library Council 45 National For-
ensic League 1,25 California Scholar-
ship Federation 1,25 Pep Club 1,2.
Ambition: To fulfill my vocation in
life to the best of my ability.
"I'll Be Around"
Vickiis good heart is better than all
the heads in the world.
oseph Wallace Bmkley
"Where did we ever put them?" gasps
Joyce Witt as Terry Casablanca, Mary
Frances Scalzi, and she take a break
during the selling of Student Direc-
Class Oiiicer 15 Latin Club 1, Foot-
Ambition: To know Gloria Caruana
"Gonna' have a Party"
Joe's word for the day is ask every-
one's advice and then do as you
Nancy Lee Brownley
Catholic Action 3,45 C.S.M.C. 3,45
Good Counsel 4g Library Council 1,35
Future Nurses Club 3,45 Business Club
3,45 Latin Club 1,2.
Ambition: To be a success and a
credit to my mother and father.
"Sweet and Lovely"
Nancy's proof that gentlemen prefer
James Lloyd Bramble, Jr.
C.S.M.C. 3,43 Spanish Club 1,2g J.V.
Football 1,25 Varsity Football 43 J.V.
Basketball 1,25 Varsity Basketball 3.
Ambition: Architectural engineering.
"Brown-Eyed Handsome Mani'
Factitious remarks give evidence of
Jimmy's playful spirits and wit.
James Arthur Bruno
Student Council 1,2,3,45 Secretary-
Treasurer 35 C.S.M.C. 3,45 Key Club
2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Monogram
Club 2,3,45 Varsity Football 2,3545
J.V. Basketball 25 Basketball 3,45
Ambition: To do something right.
Art chatters, chatters all the while,
but everybody loves it.
Donald Vincent Burlage
Chrixt the King
Dramatic Club 45 French Club 3,45
Spanish Club l,2.
Ambition: To be .tuccexsful and attain
every goal set before me.
"All American Boy"
Our candidate for the next cover of
Esquire, Don's clothes help put over
his Casual and easy-going personality.
Crusader 45 C.S.M.C. 3,45 Defensor
35 Class Officer 1,35 Dramatic Club
25 Future Teachers 25 Business Club
3,45 Glee Club 1,2,35 Spanish Club
1,25 Manager Girls' Basketball 354.
Ambition.' to be an art teacher in high
Terry laughs and the world laughs
Gloria Jean Caruana
Chrixt the King
Catholic Action Club 1,3,45 Jour-
nalism l 5 Future Nurses 3,45 Dramatic
Club l,2,3,45 Business Club 3,45
French Club l,2.
Ambition: To see the day when I say
the right thing at the right time and
to attend William and Mary.
"Little Bitty Pretty One"
Gloria's full of suppressed giggles in
Katherine Marie Clark
Honor Society 3,45 Crusader 4, Sanc-
tuary Society lg Class Officer 3,4g
Girls' State 35 Defensor 1,2,3,4g Fu-
ture Teachers Club 1,2,3,4g Dramatic
Club lg Latin Club l,2g French
Ambition: To always do what is best
for myself and others.
"The path of duty is Katherine's way
Edward Joseph Case
St. M ary's
Ambition.' To be a good citizen and a
credit to my school.
"You can't stop me from Dreamin' l'
Far underrated, Eddie is appreciative
of anything funny or prankish.
Lois Ann Casale
Christ the King
CSMC 3,45 Library Council 1,2,3g
Future Nurses 3,45 Spanish Club 1,23
Latin Club 3,4g Drill Team 3.
Ambition: To live a full life and to
help others in the field of nursing.
"That's why I was born"
Lois' snappy brown eyes and ready
smile indicate friendliness all the
Joseph Herbert Cofer
CSMC 3,45 Key Club 35 Monogram
Club 3,43 Football 3,45 Track 3,4.
Ambition: To get married
"Winter in Miami"
"Don't let Joe's silence fool youg he
has his share of fun."
William Joseph Conley III
Ambition: To retire at the ripe old
age of 30.
Mirth and laughter prove Bill's light
air and win him many friends.
Gladys Elizabeth Dailey
Sanctuary Society 25 Joumalism 25
Library Council 2,3,45 Business Club
3,45 French Club l.
Ambition: To be succesxful in every
"Rock and Roll Music"
Her good nature, dependability, and
consideration of the other fellow make
Gladys a valuable member of the class
Carmen Angelo D'Auria
Latin Club 1,25 Football 15 Baseball
3,45 Monogram Club 3,4.
Ambition: To join the Navy.
"I Can't Sit Down"
With not a care in the world, Carmen
can usually be found as the leader
of some new scheme.
Michael Richard Damiano
Saint Pius X
Student Council 45 Crusader 45 Class
President 45 Key Club 45 Dramatic
Club 45 Football 45 Track 3.
Ambition: To play pro lacrosse for
DeGaulle and the French eleven.
A boy Mike seems of cheerful yester-
days and confident tomorrows.
Dale Charles Daulton
Chrixt the King
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Dramatic Club 2,3.
Ambition: to be a commercial artist
Dale is sober but not serious, quiet,
but never idle.
Susan Ann Dealy
C.S.M.C. 3,4g Good Counsel 45 De-
fensor 1, Library Council 1,2,3g
Dramatic Club 2,3,45 Latin Club
Ambition: To prove Wrightis wrong.
"Pickin on the wrong Chickenl'
Who knows what's over the hill, Sue
hopes it's excitement or maybe a
James Weston Davis
St. M ary?
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Journalism 2,3,4g Dra-
matic Club 2,3,4.
Ambition: To graduate from Col-
lege with a B.S. in Chemistry.
His constant smile with mild man-
ner make Jimmy a desirable friend.
Gordon Hubbard Dozier
Christ the King
Sanctuary Society 1,25 CSMC 3,4
Class officer 2, Library Council 1,2
3,4g Defenxor 1,25 Latin Club 1,2.
Ambition: To bring back '50 Nashes.
Men may come and men may go,
but we know Gordie goes on for-
"Little to the left, nice smile now,'
says the photographer, Mr. Mcln
tosh and Maureen Robinson cheer
Geraldine oan Durand
Christ the King
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Business Club 3,4.
Ambition.' To beat Earlene at Scrabble
- just once.
fully obliges. Just Eighty-five more Hchllrch Bells May Ringu
Seniors to go.
Nothing can be said of Geraldine
Irene Demaries Elliott
C.S.M.C, 3,45 Library Council l,2,
3,4g Future Nurses 4.
Ambition.' To be zz nurse.
Although seemingly quiet, Irene's
joyful nature has made her many
Gerard Joseph Durand Jr.
Christ the King
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Dramatic Club 4g
Ambition: To understand the oppo-
"Only make Believe"
Chatter, chatter, as he goes, Gerry
has found many friends so.
Raymond P. Finney
Crusadef 45 Library Council 3,4-.
Ambition: To have four children
fall boysj and be selected for rear-
Admiral in the U.S.N.
"Row, Row, Row, Your Boat"
Ray claims the distinction of being
Norfolk Catholic's own "Bell-Boy."
Mary Leonie Finney
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Library Council 2,35
"I'll Get by"
Roll on world and Mary'll roll with
Edward John F raim
Student Council 45 Class officer 25
Spanish Club 1,25 Monogram Club
3,45 Football l,2,3g Basketball 1,2,3,
4-g Baseball 4.
Ambition: To be the United States
decathlon champion in the 1960
"Never Gonna Tell"
Full of life and fun, Ecldie's always
around when there's mischief to be
Mary Patricia Fenn
Defensor 3,4-g Dramatic Club 3,45
Glee Club 3g French Club -35 Span-
ish Club 1,2.
Ambition: To be a speech therapist
and be able to reach the top of my
Molly has a big heart always wish-
ing to do right.
Camilla Nash Francis
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Good Counsel Club
45 Defensor 1,25 Dramatic Club 1,2,
43 Spanish Club 1,23 J.V. Basket-
Ambition: To stop looking for cer-
"F ull and Fun and Fancy Free"
Camilla is a constant conversation-
alistg can find something humorous
in even the dullest of circumstances.
Roger Moore Gallalee
Library Council 1,2g Defensor 4g
"Casting My Spell on You"
Roger's fun seeking nature makes
him a sought-after friend.
Mary Ellen Gies
Star of the Sea
Catholic Action 45 C.S.M.C. 3,4g
Sanctuary Society 3g Library Coun-
cil 1,235 Business Club 3,4g French
Ambition: To be a credit to my par-
ents and work in civil service.
Quiet, but always cheerful, Mary
Ellen has a sunny personality.
Anthony Joseph Giannelli III
Honor Society 3,43 Student Coun-
cil President 4g Student Council 1
2,33 Crusader 4g C.S.M.C. 3,45 De-
fensor 2,3,4g Key Club 2,3,4g Capi-
tal District Secretary 3,45 Boys' State
35 Library Council l,2,3,4g Dramatic
Club 1,25 French Club 1,2.
Ambition: To have the '59 Student
Council as well remembered as that
of Ray White's and never to forget
all the friends I have made.
When men look for leaders among
men, Tony shall be there.
joanne Marie Howard
Honor Society 45 Cruxader 45 Cath-
olic Action l,2,3,45 CSMC 3,45 Di-
rector CYA 25 Class officer 35 De-
fensor 45 Dramatic Club 1,45 Latin
Club 1,25 French Club 3,45 Cheer-
Ambition: To make a home run
Jo's demure, petite and meticulous.
She knows how to liven up a dull
class with her subtle wit.
James Laurence Hickerson
Monogram Club 152,35 Football 152,
Ambition: To be a street cleaner in
If it took any effort to go from today
into tomorrow, Jimmy'd probably
still be lying in yesterday.
Lucille Rose Guerrieri
Catholic Action 3,45 C.S.M.C. 3,45
Good Counsel Club 45 Library
Council 1,35 Future Nurses Club 35
Business Club 3,45 Clee Club 25
Latin Club l,2.
Ambition: To be a credit to my
mother and father.
Lucy finds that words are the music
of the world.
Linfield Lee Hunt
Ambition: To be a Meteorologist.
"It's Just a Matter of Time"
His genial personality has made
field a favorite friend of many
Earlene Elizabeth Kennedy
Star ofthe Sea
Catholic Action 1,23 C.S.M.C. 3,45
Library Council 1,2,35 Dramatic
Club 15 Business Club 3,4g Latin
Ambition: To marry a Texas mil-
lionaire and live in . . . why, Vir-
ginia, of course.
"Deep in the Heart of Texas"
Earlene is easily provoked to laugh-
Kevin Kieran Kent
Ambition: To be a credit to Nor-
"If I didn't Care."
Kevin's friendly grin and cheerful
side remarks will long be remem-
Carolyn Leona Klucz
Sanctuary Society 1,2g Journalism
35 Library Council 35 Girls' State 3g
Business Club 3,4-g Dramatic Club
1,43 Glee Club l,2,3g Spanish Club
Ambition: To be like my Mother in
Carolyn proves that it's nice to be
natural when one is naturally nice.
Ann Elizabeth Kirby
Catholic Action 45 C.S.M.C. 45 Li-
brary Council 3, Debating Club 4g
Audio-Visual l,2,3g Chess Club 15
Future Homemakers of America 1.
Ambition: To be the first woman
president of the United States.
"Girl of my Dreams."
With gentle yet prevailing force,
Ann is one intent upon her destined
Thomas Joseph Knight
Chess Club 1,2g Latin Club lg Foot-
ball l,2,3,4g Track 2,3,4.
Ambition: To be a success in all
Our blue ribbon winner on field day,
Tommy is famous for his talks in
William Joseph Koerner
C.S.M.C. 4g Football ls Track 1,2.
Ambition: To be a pilot.
A bit of mischief we find in Bill,
guided by a carefree air,
Little Peggy Query gets set for take-off as she waits to get her senior picture taker
Michael Bernard Laing
Honor Society 4g Cruxader 4g Key
Club 4g Latin Club 2g Football 3,4.
Ambition: To go a week at
N.C.H.S. without homework.
"Come Go with Men
Mike agrees with no man's opin-
ionsg he has many of his own.
Claudine Marguerite Lambert
Crusader 4g Sanctuary Society 4g
Dramatic Club 3,4-.
Ambition: A politician I would like
Or a dramatic actrex: maybe,
But I think that the best thing
To be happy and debonnaire
Is to marry a millionaire.
"Paris in the Spring"
Claudine's thinking of others makes
others think of her.
Ralph Brendan Long
Student Council 4g Crusader 4g
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Key Club 3,45 Boys'
State 35 Latin Club 2,45 Monogram
Club 3,45 Football 35 Basketball 3,4.
Ambition: To teach cannibal.: table
"I'm going to be a Wheel Someday"
Worry never made great men. Why
should Ralph worry?
C.S.M.C. 4g Library Council 4.
Ambition: To be a good Jecretary.
Although new to Norfolk Catholic
her cheerfulness and friendly interest
in school activities have helped Toni
to win many lasting friendships.
Mary Felicia Longton
C.S.M.C. lg Sanctuary Society 4g
Dramatic Club 4.
Ambition: To raise a breed of big
Mary with her smiling face and con-
tagious chuckle has made many a
day brighter for us.
Mary Josephine Melchiorre
Student Council ls Catholic Action
Club 1,2,3,4g C.S.M.C. 3,45 Dra-
matic Club lg Future Nurses Club
3,45 Latin Club 1.
Ambition: To be a credit to my par-
ents and friends.
"Memories are Made of This"
Mary Jo's thoughtfulness rises from
a truly sincere heart.
Michael Ernest Mastalski
Pope Pius X
Glee Club 3g Baseball 3,4.
Ambition: To be in the Navy.
He's Norfolk Catholic High School's
perfect candidate for the ideal bus
driver. Lanky Mike's happy-go-lucky
nature finds something amusing about
Paul David Miller
Monogram Club 4g Football 1,2,3,4g
Basketball 45 Track 3,4.
Ambition: To sell bathing suits in
"Ma, he's making eyes at me."
Paul's seldom serious, often gay, a
good fellow in every way.
Joyce Marie Mann
Student Council 45 Class Officer 35
Catholic Action 2,35 C.S.M.C. 3,4g
Journalism Club 2,3,4g Library
Council l,2,3g Dramatic Club 1,2,
3,43 Latin Club 1,23 French Club
3,45 Cheerleader 4.
Ambition: To repay Ruth for her
great sacrifice and share a happy
life with those I love.
"Everybody Loves a Lovern
Joyce loves to live and lives to love.
Jeanne Ellen Monahan
Saint Gregory the Great
Crusader 45 Catholic Action 1,2,43
C.S.M.C. 43 Good Council 43 Jour-
nalism 4g Library Council 15 Dra-
matic Club 3,4g Business Club 3,4.
Ambition: To be a "june Bride."
"Get Me to the Church on Time"
Twinkling eyes with a gay smile,
Jeannie is constantly rushing but is
usually just a little behind schedule.
Mary Anne Moore
Christ the King
Student Council 1,2,3,4g Crusader
4g CSMC 3,45 Sanctuary Society
2,33 Defensor 3,43 Future Teachers
35 Glee Club 1,2g Latin Club 1,25
Varsity Club 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,
Ambition: To deserve the love and
respect of those who mean the most
"It's Not for Me to Say"
Mary Anne gives to the world the
best that she has and the best comes
back to her.
Theresa Clare Muehlbauer
Sanctuary Society 43 Library Coun-
cil 2,3,4g Dramatic Club lg Future
Teachers 23 Business Club 3,45
Spanish Club l,2.
Ambition: To succeed in whatever
Theresa adds kindness and sweet-
ness to everything.
Ralph Canedo Mouton
Christmas Pageant 35 Journalism
Club 3,4g Dramatic Club 3,4.
Ambition: To go into the field of
electronics after hnishing college.
Diligent, a great arguer, and always
helpful, Ralph is the first to volun-
teer for any job.
Margaret Mary Piedmont
Christ the King
Catholic Action 15 Future Teachers
25 Glee Club 1,2,3.
Ambition: To be a credit to my par-
ents and school.
"Peg of My Heart"
Margaret demonstrates that kind-
ness is wisdom.
Emma Louise Peterson
Library Council l,2,3,4g Future
"Feels So Good"
With friendship bright and gay,
Emma is easily identified by her
Audrey Florence Poole
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Sanctuary Society lg
Library Council 2,3,4g Dramatic
Club 21 Business Club 3,45 Future
Nurses 3g Glee Club l,2.
Ambition: To be able to get ahead
of Mary Frances, once.
"Stay as Sweet as You Are"
Neat, cute, sweet, Audrey's conta-
gious smile and quiet friendliness
are valued by all.
Dorothy Jean Murden
Christ the King
Crusader 43 Catholic Action 45
C.S.M.C. 3,4g Dramatic Club 4g
Business Club 3,45 Glee Club 1,25
French 1,25 Cheerleader 2,3,4.
Ambition: To get myself a Tony.
"I Wonder Why"
School spirit with loyalty is apparent
as Dottie cheers for our Varsity
Jose Felipe Pulido
as ai football player. A I I
"Let the Good Times Roll"
There's mischief in Phills eyes.
Mary Ellen Reese
Sanctuary Society 4g Good Counsel
Club 45 Business Club 3,4g Glee
Ambition: To have a happy mar-
Mary wants to live! to learn! to see!
What's this? Did Ralph Long just
tell a sharp joke or is the Crusader
stag, Connie Vanderploeg, Mary
Anne Moore, Ralph, Manda Which-
ard, Harry Tocce, and Mike Laing,
laughing at a new batch of pictures?
Margaret Agnes Query
Crusader 45 C.S.M.C. 3,45 Good
Counsel Club 2,43 Defenxor 'l,2,3,4g
Library Council l,2,3,4g Dramatic
Club l,2,3,4g French Club 3,43
Spanish Club 1,2.
Ambition: To alwayx please those
who mean the most to me.
Margaret's sunny disposition lines
life's darkest clouds.
Maureen Sue Robinson
Student Council l,2,3,4g Vice-
President 45 C.S.M.C. 3,4g Library
Council 1,2,3,45 Dramatic Club 1,25
Latin Club 1,25 French Club 3,4.
Ambition: To be as much like my
Mother as posxible and to marry a
man as good as my Father.
"Devil or Angel"
Maureen hails from the isle of saints
Majorie Josephine Roberts
Catholic Action 3,45 Good Counsel
Club 45 Library Council 45 Future
Ambition: To always do the will of
Majorie's always ready, willing, able
to help anyone in need, especially
members of the Future Teachers'
Club or the Library Council.
Lemuel Mayo Richards
Ambition: To be a Navy-radar
Lemuel is jolly and witty, with never
Archie Dale Ross
Student Council 2,35 Crusader 45
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Legion of Mary 45
Key Club 2,3,45 Class Oflicer
1,45 Journalism Club l,2,3,45 Li-
brary Council 1,2,3,45 Dramatic
Ambition: To be a help to anyone
in anyway possible at any time.
Determination is Archie's key to
Mary Frances Scalzi
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Defensor 2,3,45 Li-
brary Council lg Dramatic Club 1,2,
3,45 Business Club 3,45 Span-
ish Club 1,2.
Ambition: To be a suceexs in life
and have a good Christian family,
expecially to earn a M.R.S. - f.D.S.
Mary Frances' famous last words
are, "Of course, I'm not going
Ruth Elizabeth Schmitt
Defensor 1,2535 Library Council 2,35
Dramatic Club 253,45 Business Club
3,45 Latin Club l,2.
Ambition: to be a .vuccexs in the en-
tertainment field and a credit to my
Ruthie's motto is Q if not to eat
and to drink, at least to be merry.
Richard Lee Scribbins
Sanctuary Society 1,25 Altar Boys
l,2,3,45 Dramatic Club 2,3,4g Latin
Ambition: To be a suecesx in the
eyes of Cod, my parents and coun-
"Doin' what comes naturally"
Richard, steady and sturdy, he is
often thought of as being shy.
Walter Xavier Schwind
Christ the King
National Honor Society 3,4 5
C.S.M.C. 1,2,3,45 Class President
1,23 Football 45 Basketball l,2,3,4.
Ambition: to join the foreign legion.
"A Certain Smile"
Walt's wittyg hc's cleverg he's an all
around good fellow.
Emily Theresa Thebarge
Sanctuary Society 1,2,3,45 Library
Council 45 Business Club 3,45 Glee
Ambition: To be a success and a
credit to my parents.
Theresa's quietness has its charm.
William Edward Smith
Key Club 3,45 Library Council 1,25
35 Spanish Club 1,2.
Ambition: To do well in whatever
Always ready for a good laugh5
Bill's impish grin and friendly man-
ner have won him many friends.
Harry Vincent Tocce Jr.
Student Council 1,35 Crusader 45
Class oflicer 25 Key Club 3,45 De-
fensor l,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Bas-
Ambition: To be a successful jour-
"You Aim to Please"
H3FfY,S generosity with his time and
effort is well recognized by his class-
Donald Wilt Shive Jr.
C.S.M.C. 3,45 Spanish Club 1.
Ambition: To be a credit to my
parents and school.
Genial in nature, Don has a ready
greeting for anyone and a talent for
being companionable. '
Constance Marie Vanderploeg
Crusader 45 Catholic Action 1,2,3,
4g C.S.M.C. 3,43 Sanctuary Society
lg Dramatic Club 2,3,4g Future
Ambition: To get my R.N. from
M.C.V. and become a permanent
nurse for R.E.P.
"All of a sudden my heart sings."
Connie's cheerfulness makes the day
Robert Scott Walton
Glee Club 3,4g Spanish Club 1,25
Football 4g Baseball 3,4.
Ambition: To fly for the Air Force
and to beat Father Burke just once
in a debate.
"Wild Blue Yonder"
Scottie's fun-seeking nature often
guides him to the merriest group
and often the most mischievous.
Amanda Ann Whichard
Crusader Editor 4g C.S.M.C. 3,4-g
Class Officer 1,25 Dramatic Club
1,2,3,4g Spanish Club 1,25 Varsity
Club 2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4.
Ambition: To Phil my life with ever
"I know where I'm going"
Manda's merry heart goes a long,
George Marshall Webb Jr.
Glee Club 3,4g J.V. Football lg Var-
sity Football 2,4g Track l,3,4.
Ambition: To go to King's Point
and play football.
Always ready with a laughg Spider
has a talent for mischief as big as
Martha Ann Williams
Coocl Counsel Club 4g Library
Council l,2,3,4g Future Nurses 45
Clcc' Club 2.33 Spanish Club 1.
Ambition: To be a success in any
field I attempt and a credit to all
who made my preceding education
"All in the Came"
Timid, quiet, eager, Martha shows
:ui interest in projects that never
fails to win new friends.
xloyw llrooliv VVitt
C.S.M.C.3,-lg Sanvtuaiy Society 1,
21 Coocl Counsel 3,41 Dramatic
Club l,2,'lg Business Club 3.+lg Clee
.'lIIIl7l1l'HIl.' To one day be able to
we tlze Vesizltx' of my orze-rl-day Pita-
"l'roulmlf' is not a worry of hersg
ll2lDIlllN'SS in life is what Brooke
hopes to find."
Say, Camilla! What would Sister Francis Rose think
of writing your Constitution essay at a basketball game?
Mary Joaquina Yanez
Catholic Artion l,2,3,4g C.S.M.C
3,4g Glee Club l,2,3,4g Spanish
Ambition: To learn to keep out of
"Ain't Misbehavin' "
Mary never troubles trouble, till
trouble troubles her.
SACRED HEART CHURCH is the scene of
the '59 Baccalaureate Mass. Reverend Thomas
Walsh, pastor, is the celebrant. Father Maio-
riello, Father Burke and Father Sexton are
present in the sanctuary.
ad altare Dei
FATHER WALSH DELIVERS the sermon
at the Mass in which he exhorts the graduates
'Kbuild their lives on a solid foundationfl
THE GRADUATES. under the direction of Father Maioricllo
participate in a Dialogue Mass.
WW i ' '
AMANDA WHICHARD, Salutatorian
THE LONG WHITE LINE solemnly, at last, proceeds down those last few steps
as students of Catholic High.
ANTHONY GIANNELLI, Valedictorian
A JOVIAL BISHOP RUSSEL presents Raymond Finney the science award, Father Burke
Monsignor McClunn, and Mr. john Daly, guest speaker, appreciate the erelesiatiral joke.
Another year ended . . .
THE CLASS OF '59 waits expertantly in front of the school before they File into the audi-
torium to Check on their signed diplomas.
go to .
TOP SELLERS in the yearbook drive are
Thomas Sochor, Katherine Clark and Roy
As the final pages of the ,59 Crusader
go to press I wish to express my sincere
and heartfelt gratitude to all those who
helped in making this publication a suc-
cess. To my efficient and capable staffg to
the faculty and the entire student bodyg
to our photographers, Mr. Mclntosh, Mr.
Haug and Mike Damianog and particu-
larly to our moderator, Sister Marie Mar-
guerite, whose untiring efforts have made
this book possible, I am especially in-
Amanda Ann Whichard
Pick-Up 8. Delivery K, ,Q General Auto
Road Service Repairs
STADIUM AMOC0 SERVICE
LUBRICATION - WASHING 4719 Hampton Blvd.
TIRE SERVICE - WAXING Norfolk, Virginia
BRAKE WORK - TUNE-UPS Phone MA. 2-6257
JUNIOR a. sus-DEB FAsHuoNs
127 East Little Creek Road
E. SPERTNER COMPANY
JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS
- Since 'I879 -
407 Granby Street
I4 Southern Shopping Center
You Must ALWAYS Be Pleased At
This table has the distinction of having more stolen
food than any other table. Left to right are Phil
Pulido, Roger Galallee, Ralph Long, Jimmy Bram-
ble, Spider Webb, Eddie Fraim and Art Bruno.
L. R. COUGHLIN
VIRGINIA PILOT ASSOCIATION
WHITT'S ESSO SERVICENTER
' 3536 Tidewater Drive
MA 5-0396 Norfolk, V
ANTOINETTE O. DAILEY
COMMANDER and MRS.
A. A. VISCHIO
ST. MARY'S CHURCH
BLANCHARD'S OIL CO.
12th Street 8- Shore Driv
' floor coverings
. venetian blinds
9 wall tiles
' vertical draw blinds
2722 Colley Ave.p Norfolk 8, Va.
Ma 7-1919, Mc 5-5866
CHRIST THE KING
1012 W. 24th St. Phone MA 2-3765
Between Killom Ave. 8. Hampton Blvd.
ZOBY'S BODY 8. FENDER WORKS
AUTO PAINTING 8. WELDING
All Work Guoronfeed
JOE T. ZOBY Norfolk, Vo.
2IsI Street or Words Corner
Phone UL 3-9522 BUZZY'S
ACE GARAGE Q
fs Hof Dogs Hamburgers
ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIRS - PAINTING f Al Mnkshckes
BODY 8- FENDER WORK - WRECKER SERVICE k L, '4
JOHN T. STOKES ,
3510 E. Princess Anne Rd.
NOIPOIIQ 2, va. 3
COMPLIMENTS OF xfXX f I iq a
Y ' 4 ' H. J. MONROE
PRESTON BLAKE INSURANCE X
AGENCY INCORPORATED K CONTRZCTOR
A - 1 on
"INDEPENDENT INSURANCE SPEClALlSTS" K BUWDER
212 Franklin Building I ff! 5902 Oelien Blyd
Norfolk, vc. Mo 2-4651 'af gn ' 1 UI 3-2594
' l fm
WRIGHT COAL 8. OIL CO., Inc.
1019 W. 41st St. - Norfolk 8, Va.
JOHN CAHILL INSURANCE AGENCY
201 Citizens Bclnk Bldg.
Norfolk 10, Virginia
COLONIAL BLOCK CORP. Designers - Decorators
. WEDDING ' CORSAGES
Phone Ul'5'4793 0 NOVELTIES 0 FUNERAL FLOWERS
BLOCK MANUFACTURERS For Telegraph Delivery Ask for Ext. 3
Nights, Sundays, 8K Holidays Call MA-2-7783
3230 Chesapeake Blvd. VIRGINIA s. CLARENCE BANWARTI-I
Norfolk' virginia 3802 Hampton Blvd.
BILL SPROTT OIL COMPANY
HOLY TRINITY P. T. A.
L. T. ZOBY 8. SONS
U. S. ROYAL TIRES
Wheel Balancing Complete Tire and Wheel
' ' Complete Brake Service
Servlce ' Shock Absorber Service
' Front End Rebuilding
ALL BY FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS
TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE ' SERVICEMEN'S ACCOUNTS INVITED
AUTO SEAT COVERS
to fit most all makes of cars
Our New Branch Military Highway and Johnston Rd.
21st St. at Colonial Ave.
U. S. ROYAL TIRES
Tel. Ulysses 5-8572
High Street at 9th Ave
HILL DIRECTORY CO
CAPITOL MOBILE HOMES
Military Highway 8. Indian River Road
3462 Military Hgy. Lot 41:2
QUALITY LINE MOBILE HOMES
UL 5-7386 - UL 5-2341
RIDDICK FUNERAL SERVICE
A PERSONAL SERVICE
THE PLACE TO SHOP FOR YOUR SPORT NEEDS
SPORT CENTER. Inc.
33 Southern Shopping Center
COTTAGE TOLL ESSO
Bayview Blvd. 8. Tidewater Drive
CUSTOM HOME BUILDERS
H50 Military Highway
' Norfolk, va.
CHARLES CARUANA, President
CHARLES S. CARUANA, Secretary
EDWARD P. BROGAN, Treasurer
T! A DREAM PLASTERING CO
Phone UL. 3-6865
It? Il 'C
Compliments of Q I- 3
S A Plfl' v E 'I
I I Q GI
C. W. LYNCH P
AUTO - FIRE - BUSINESS - PERSONAL INSURANCE
3411 Sewells Point Rood Norfolk, Vo
NATURALLY - - the
finest styles come
Norfolk: Monticello Hotel Corner ond Words Corner
Portsmouth: 305 High Street .
Newport News: Newmarket Shopping Center ST, X
BLESSED VIRGIN SODALITY
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
arrelzfa .ITALIAN RESTAURANT
Norfolk's Only Split Level Dining Room
MEMBER OF THE DINERS CLUB
VIRGINIA REALTY CO.
9635 Granby sr.
CHARTER MEMBER or MULTIPLE
SALES - RENTALS - TRADE
PHONES 4114 Granby SI INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
MA 5-6226 Norfolk Vo
MA 5-9428 ' ' JU 7-8729
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY
WORLD OF FINE
Phone JU 7-II93
FREE ESTIMATES PICK UP
3812 E. Ocean View Ave.
NEW FURNITURE and REUPHOLSTERING
A. C. EARLEY
VIC'S CATERING SERVICE
3134 E. Princess Anne Rd.
Phone MA 5-9696 - HO 4-1320
WEDDINGS - BANQUETS
RECEPTIONS - PICNIC
422 Granby St.
RUSSELL 8. HOLMES
"si-loss Fon THE FAMILY"
146 E. Little Creek Rd.
6208 E. Sewells PI. Rd.
I908 Allanfic Ave. - Vo. Beach
WAYSIDE HOMES INC.
--TAsTE THE DIFFERENCE"
MILK ICE CREAM
Member of the Quality Chek'd
Ice Cream Association
42 and Colley
"WHERE SCHOOL FRIENDS
MEET TO EAT"
GUILLE STEEL PRODUCTS CO., INC.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Washington I, D, C.
BEACON BOOK SHOP
265 Boush Street - 601 Granby Street
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
BRYANT ELECTRIC COMPANY
2708-I0 Colley Avenue
F. C. BRYANT MAd.ison 7-5428
DISTINCTLY VARIED EXPRESSIONS appear on the faces of thc yearbook rcprescnta
tives. Long and Whichard are the only ones who look alive.
RESTORATION OF PAINTINGS
CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING
T414 Colley Avenue
FRIEND OF CATHOLIC HIGH
TELEVISIONS - APPLIANCES - RECORDS
Sales and Service
Roosevelt Gardens Shopping Center
2720 Colley Ave. MAdison 2-9277
2302 Little Creek Road, Norfolk, Va.
Captain George Webb leads his vivacious group to spur
the cheerleaders to victory against the girls' varsity.
S. J. SELUGA CONSTRUCTION
8021 Carlton Street
MERCURY ROLLER RINK
102 E. Taussig Blvd.
Norfolk 5, Virginia
GRIGGS MUSIC STUDIO
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION ON GUITAR and ACCORDION
BEGINNERS OR ADVANCED STUDENTS
Located Just OIT Military Highway
5625 Raby Road UI.-3-6973
SAINT MATTHEW'S CHURCH
TOPPERS OXFORD SHOPPE
the latest in Ivy League
Suits, Sport Coats, Slacks, and Accessories
TOPPERS OXFORD SHOPPE
JU-3-2181 32 Southern Shopping Center
Open: I0-9 Monday-Friday I0-6 Saturday
HOLLOMON-BROWN FUNERAL HOME
CHRIST THE KING
EDWAIEE-i:gNC"-OR BLESSED VIRGIN MARY SODALITY
f SACRED HEART CHURCH
IF YOU WANT POOR HEATING AND PLUMBING
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS
IF YOU WANT GOOD HEATING AND PLUMBING
THAT'S MY BUSINESS
A. R. THOMPSON
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
I SAINT GREGORY
THE GREAT CHURCH
SACRED HEART CHURCH
SIDES' STATIONERY and OFFICE
COMMERCIAL and SOCIAL STATIONERY -
ENGRAVING - GREETING CARDS
II2 West Little Creek Road Norfolk 5, Virginia
Phone JUstice 7-1078
BLESSED VIRGIN SODALITY
SACRED HEART CHURCH
ACME FENCE CO., INC.
3000 Cromwell Road
Phone MAdison 2-0992
COCHRAN'S BARBER SHOP
3411 Colley Avenue
DUNCAN and GIFFORD, REALTORS
1541 Bayview Blvd.
Phone: Juseice s-5429, Ju 7-2125, Ju 7-7070
"IF YOU DON'T KNOW REAL ESTATE
KNOW YOUR REALTOR"
Specializing in Residential Sales and Rentals
Member of M. L. S.
In the FINANCIAL CENTER of the
SOUTHERN SHOPPING CENTER
BROWN, BECHARD 8. CO.
William D. Pinderton
COME TO TATEMS
39th and Colley
For a COLD MUG
WHERE OLD FRIENDS MEET
All Customers Appreciated
SPORT SHOP INC.
450 Granby Street ,gy Phone MA 50543
Sporting and Athletic Equipment
Compliments of the
Phone MA 2-3458
PRINTING - Offset and Letterpress
RUBBER STAMPS - Made to Order
738 West 35th Street
Norfolk 8, Virginia
Style Clothes 8. Shoes
At Reasonable Prices
9645 Firstview Street
Ocean View - JU 86989
You are always welcome to browse around
HENDERSON OIL CO.
261 E. Little Creek Road
Sales and Service
JU 84301 JU 71321
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AMES 8. BROWNLEY, INC.
415 Granby Street
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
MR. and MRS.
GERVASE M. MAGRUM
Phone UL 5-6521
AZALEA MOBILE HOMES, INC.
QUALITY IS OUR FIRST CONSIDERATION
Liberty - Vindale - Ventoura'
L. DAVID WASSMER, President
3455 Military Highway
Norfolk I3, Virginia
COMPLIMENTS OF TH E
U.SO NCCS CLUB
259 Granby Street
STOKLEY'S SERVICES, INC
"Tidewater's Oldest Air Conditioning
and Refrigeration Contractors"
4000 Colley Ave.
Phone MAdison 5-0528
III College Place
CLOTHING s. FURNISHINGS
Dial MA 2-4576
PHARMACIST ALWAYS ON DUTY
asm a Colonial
We Tdlvlva KGSQ
Aww j COMPLIMENTS
" T LARRY ELLIOTT ORCHESTRA
Z Southern Orch. Corp.
AEI? 201 Franklin slug.
Zf.izil2i.1S.,...?RlY'm THQMAS E- COME
'Music and Art Appreciation
v 'Hours: 9 to 12
'Nursery Thru 3rd Grade
Call UL 5-4321
Nights - Sundays - Holidays
Call JU 8-1467
3002 Ballentine Blvd.
iv s Q, y
X 9 'lu'
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OF VIRGINIA, INC.
4006 Killam Ave.
Norfolk 8, Va.
OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHAPEL
U. S. Naval Base
COU RTESY OF
S. L. NUSBAUM 8. CO., INC.
145 Granby St. MA 25665
N. C. H. S. AUXILIARY
BAZEMORE'S FRIENDLY MARKET
6412 Hampton Blvd.
Norfolk, Virginia Phone MA 2-2629
SERVING THE BEST IN FOODS
ALL MEATS CUT TO ORDER
SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM I4
SISTER FRANCIS MARGARET
Phone MAdison 2-7805
L. B. ROCKE
JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS
Granby Street t Norfolk, V
X I ' f
I QW I
975 Little Creek Rd.
WALKER 8- LABERGE
GLASS, MIRRORS, STORE FRONTS
JALOUSIES', ALUMINUM WINDOWS,
GLAZING 8. STEEL CASEMENT WINDOWS
SAVINGS 31 LOAN ASSOCIATION SETTLE'S
FOUR CONVENIENT OFFICES
Words Corner 3236 Tidewater S "' ,
Joncf Drive EQ
Norfolk, Virginia NX -X
Downtown Norfolk Phone MA 74509
Portsmouth Reg. NO' 7839
SAVINGS MEANS SECURITY SAVE WITH US
HASLER 81 COMPANY
"Backed by 46 Years Experience"
SELECTED LATE MODEL CARS 8. TRUCKS
"We Know the Cars We Sell . . .
Ask Us About Their History"
' OPEN EVENINGS "
SAINT MARY'S ACADEMY
MAdison 2-9861 2120 Colley Ave.
Dealers Lic. No. 3433 Uust Off 21st1
EVERY YOUNG MAN
A. G. BURROW, Jr. BUY HIS CLOTHES AT
GRANBY AT 39th sr. PHONE MA 2-7800
OPEN EVERY NITE 'TIL 9 P. M.
BUTLER BLUE PRINT COMPANY
S. L. LOHMAN, Proprietor
7 Selden Arcade
"WE COPY ANYTHlNG"
"LEADING LADY BEAUTY SALON"
One of Norfolk's Most Modern Shoppes
Evening Appointments Tuesday and Friday
Professional Care ls Best for the Hair
POLLY THORNTON, Proprietor
3903 Granby Street
TO THE MEMCDRY OF
FRIEND OF YOUTH
REAL ESTATE - SALES - RENTALS - CONTRACTING
2203 Colane Dr.
Norfolk 13, Virginia
Phone UL 5-6241
BEACH TRAVEL SERVICE, INC.
7522 Granby Street at Wards Corner
Telephone .lUstice 7-5622
130 West Plume Street
"OUTFlTTERS OF THE
3351 Chesapeake Boulevard
--Youre CLOTHES' sesr FRIEND"
Phone UL 3-5398
3450 Azalea Garden Road
CHRIST THE KING
HOLY NAME SOCIETY
CHRIST THE KING CHURCH
D. L. GARCIA
SOUTHERN AIR CONDITIONING
839 Duke Street
WILLIAM A. GRUBB CO., INC.
PRINTING - RUBBER STAMPS
EDWIN E. BIBB 8: COMPANY
LIGHTING FIXTURES ond REPAIRS
701 Coloniol Avenue
TAYLOR BU RGESS
GEORGE H. CORRING
Heating - Air Conditioning - Refriger t
Artistic Hairstyling, Hairshaping 8. Permanent Waving
8109 Nathan Avenue
100 Louisiana Drive - Wards Corner - Norfolk, Va.
Norfolk 3, Va.
Phone JU 8-7049
E I I
0' The m05l FLA:-ieRrY's esso
and best in
Motor tune up 8. Brakes relined
Teen-age news . .
We Give S 8. H Stamps
ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH
. . . Rev. Cornelius Sexton SSJ, Pastor
NATIONAL MILITARY REALTY CORP.
IIOI W. Little Creek Rd. Norfolk, Virginia
JU 7-9289 JU 7-9143
George J. Pidgeon, Pres. MA 7-3085
JU 7-3892 JU 78888
INDUSTRIAL - COMMERCIAL - MARINE
8341 Chesapeake Blvd. Norfolk, Vo.
SOL PETOCK'S FURNITURE FAIR
. . . DRIVE A LITTLE sAvE A LOT. . .
5932 Miiiifiry Highway
On Route 165
J. B. LASCARA
Phone U L. 3-6554
W. J. ROACH COMPANY
Furniture - Television
Westinghouse and Other Appliances
Buy Here and Save the Difference
3lOl-05 IAFAYETTE BLVD.
Near Power Station
Our Best Ads Are Not Written - THEY'RE WORN
l'l8 W. Freemason Street
Phone MAdison 7-5814
Ward's Corner - Little Creek
I56 E. Sewells Pt. Rd.
-L. 1 I
THE TODDLE HOUSE
NORTH CAROLINA MILL OUTLET
Fabrics of All Kinds
Military Hi-way at Little Creek Road
Phone MA 5-0535
D. H. BURLAGE
D. H. BURLAGE 8. CO. 1216 Granby St.
Mortgage Brokers Norfolk, Virginia
CHARLES T. FLEEAR
Plumbing and Heating
9603 Granby St. Norfolk 3, Virginia
E. RAY HOWELL
222 W. Bute Street
HlLTCHER'S DEPARTMENT STORE
fFormerly Lex's Apparel Shopj
2811 Lafayette Blvd.
Phone UL. 5-4318
ALLMOND HARDWARE STORE
"Serving Ocean View"
Complete Line of
Hardware - Tools - Utensils
"We Deliver in East Ocean View"
2222 E. Ocean View Ave. JU 8-5868
HOLY TRINITY PARISH
ROSES 5-'IO-25 CENTS STORES
ASHMAN 8. MARQUETTE, INC.
Motorola TV - Stereo Hi-Fi
Home - Clock - Portable Radios
Car Radios to Fit All Makes of Automobiles
Fedders Room Air Conditioners
Dominion Toasters and Coffee Makers
Compliments of the
BRENNAN FUNERAL HOME
POWELL McCLELLAN LBR. CO. INC
3200 Lafayette Blvd.
846 Little Creek Road
3615 Tidewater Drive
Neighborhood Service at Downtown Prices
PLANTERS CHEMICAL CORP.
50 Years in Tidewater
Complete Pest Control Service
SODA Sick Room Supplies Rats - Roaches - Ants - Mice - Fleas
Mc 7-1325 Bonded Termite Control
Ma. 5-5373 3Ill Virginia Beach Blvd.
Ingleside Rd. at Va. Beach Blvd.
Charles S. Boyette, R.Ph.
AND SON INC.
Painters 8- Decorators
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Battaglia
Rev. Francis Bums
Catholic Chaplains' Office
Dr. and Mrs. William J. Charm
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Christe
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Cornetta
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cosgrove
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cubilla
Dr. Jack C. De Laura, D.D.S.
Don H. Doctor, O.D.
Very Rev. Carroll T. Dozier
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Grissom, Jr.
Capt. and Mrs. L. L. Hunt
Mrs. E. Love
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. MacDonald
John A. McCullum
Dr. Thomas W. Peterson
Alvin V. Piechocki
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Query
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Robinson
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Roland
Miss Frances Ryan
James Barry Robinson School
Capt. and Mrs. B. Scullion
John S. Selden, Jr., M.D.
Sister Marie De Carmel, C.S.C.
Sisters of Notre Dame
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tobin
Rev. Thomas Walsh
Dr. Robert A. White, Optometrist
Mrs. F. G. Woodson
Mr. and Mrs. A. Zinkl
M. B. Balance Gulf Service Station Florence Drug Corp.
Banks and Goldie Beauty Salon Newport Pharmacy
J. R. Braithwaite Esso Station Penn's Radio and T.V. Service
Capps Shoe Co.
Della's Beauty Salon
Tidewater Studios of Virginia
Tucker Drug Co.
United Dental Corp.
Mrs. A. Abuzeide and Adele
The Two Aces
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Adkins
Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Mrs. E. R. Anderson
Mr. E. R. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Ralph L. Anderson
Robert F . Anglin
Mrs. A. A. Annis
Colonel W. Asmuth
Mr. and Mrs. James Atin
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Atkinson
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E.
Mr. Gary Baillio III
Mr. and 'Mrs. Dabney Baker
Mr. Leonard Banks
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Baris
Captain and Mrs. R. F.
Mrs. C. Basio
Mr. and Mrs. J. Barth
Thomas E. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Beeby
Mrs. J. Beilhort
Mr. Leon Bell
Commander and Mrs.
Commander W. J. Bisek
Mrs. G. F. Blankenshi
Felton, Elka, and Hall Block
Mrs. Horace Bluford
Mrs. Annie Boone
Mr. and Mrs. John Booth
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boring
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Borsy
A. L. Bowden
Mrs. Robert Brady
Mr. and Mrs. James F.
Mrs. H. D. Brawley
Mrs. W. D. Btawley
Mr. C. W. Brickner
Mrs. Mary A. Brickner
Mr. A. L. Brogdon
Mrs. A. L. Brogdon
Mrs. Marjorie Brothers
Mrs. Kenneth B. Brown
Lieutenant D. W. Brown,
Mrs. L. W. Brown, Jr.
Reverend and Mrs. Brown
Mrs. Richard S. Brown
Mr. and Mrs W. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. James T.
Colonel R. C. Bryson,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Bruno
Mrs. Shirley A. Bruns
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J.
Sadie P. Buie
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Burgess
Mrs. Mary C. Bush
Mr. F. B. Butler
James G. Butler
Mr. and Mrs. J.. Anthony
Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Mrs. S. C. Cagle
Captain and Mrs. E. G.
Mr. ami: Mrs. Michael J.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Caprio
Thomas W. Carlin
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mrs. A es Carroll
Mr. and-nMrs. J. R. Carty
Mr. and Mrs. C. Caruana
Mr. and Mrs. Casablanca
James V. Case, Jr.
Mrs. Lucy Chambel
Major and Mrs. Chappas
W. L. Charlton
Mrs. George I. Chegin
In Memory Oi'
Charles O. Cherry
Marion E. Christe
Mrs. Anne Christians
Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Da Lorris A. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark
an-y . ar
Mrs. Lames A. Claverie
Mrs. . A. Cohen, Jr.
Mr. Irvin Coley
Mrs. J. A. Cofer
Commander F. B. Conlin
Mr. and Mrs. Emory A.
Miss Joanne Connell
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cappi
Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Covolo
Mr. James Cox
Miss Margaret Cox
Mrs. E. M. Coyle
Commander J. J. Coyle
Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Major J. T. Cron
Mrs. Catherine Crowling
Mr. a.nd Mrs. George H.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Mr. Peter Cubilla
Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Charles Cunnin ham
Mr. and Mrs. Nfartin Curran
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Miss Gladys E. Dailey
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Mr. Frank Damiano
Mrs. Frank Damiano
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Davis
J. C. Davis
Mr. Pete Decker
Mr. W. S. Decker
Captain H. H. De Laural
Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. E.
Miss Diana Doherty
Mrs. Hugh Doherty
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Lieutenant A. Dombroski
Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle
Mrs. G. H. Dozier
In Memory Of
Michael M. Dudzik
Paul J. Dunn
Mrs. Robert B. Eddy
Galen A. Edney
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
Mrs. M. W. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. J. Elliott
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Elliott
Mrs. Robett Ellis, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Seaborn
Mrs. J. T. Enright
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Eswine
G. W. Eustis
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ewald
Mr. and Mrs. Ease h Falleta
Mr. and Mrs. eal7Feese
Mrs. David Felton
The John R. Fenns
Mrs. V. Ferlazzo
Mr. E. E. Fester
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Finch
Captain E. C. Finney
Mr. and Mrs. Fitzpatrick
Miss Marion Fitzpatrick
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Nicholas W. Flowers
Margaret Flo d
Mrs. Evelyn lgoland
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher
Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Forrestal 8: Family
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L.
Captain Lawrence French
Mrs. Lawrence French
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frencl
Mr. Robert French, Jr.
Fred L. Friedman
Miss Teddy Fucci
Mr. and Mrs. Roger M.
Mrs. H. A. Gambardella
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gaines
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gardner
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ga.rnes
Mr. and Mrs.. M. F. Gay
Mr. Thomas K. Gerry
Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Mrs. Lionel Gindron
Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Mrs. George A. Glover
Mr. Manuel Gomez
Mrs. W. H. Gray
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gregino
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.
Mr. and Mrs. Grofi'
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B.
Mrs. M. C. Gunn
ommander W. H. Harlow
Mrs. James E. Harper
Mrs. L. M. Harris
W. D. Harris
A. M. Harrison
Mr. Paul O. Harrison
Mrs. T. W. Harrold
Mrs. Nancy L. Haskett
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hatton
Mr. Eu ene Hayes
Mr. ang Mrs. J. L.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Herden
Mrs. Carl H. Herrick
Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H.
Mr. Wilson V. Hill
The Reon Hillegass, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Hinkle
Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Hip le, Jr.
Mr. Wesle P. Hockeday
Mr. and Nllrs. F. G. Hofiler
Mrs. Doris E. Holden
Miss Beatrice B. Holley
Sgt. and Mrs. Clifton A.
Mrs. Betty Holman
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Holsclaw
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hooks
Mr. and Mrs. James P.
Mr. R. N: Hosteny
Mrs. Marion Howard
Mr. Eddie Howell
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Isley
Mrs. Jesse James
Mrs. , eanette Jenkins
Mrs. E. K. Jennings
Mr. C. D. Johnson
Mrs. C. D. Johnson
Mrs. B. A. Jones
Clarence O. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. ones
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. ustis
Charles M. Kacena
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Kean
Mrs. IL J. Keenoy
Mrs. T. A. Kent
Mr. Benjamin King
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Kna p
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kpnapp
Mrs. A. N. Knight
Mrs. W. C. Kraemer
Dr. Norman Krell
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Kutnak
Mrs. Frances Larnastra
Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
R. E. Lambert
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lancaster
Mr. A. I.. Lane
Mrs. J. M. Lane
Mrs. James Latla
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. La Vack
Mr. James E. Lawrence
Mrs. W. A. Leary
W. A. Leary
Mr. and Mrs. Duane
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A.
Mr. and Mrs. Leombruno
Henry J. Linkus
Mrs. Elsie Lockee
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J.
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Frank A.
Mr. E. W. Longton
Mrs. E. W. Longton
Mrs. P. E. Lotz
John F . Lovett
Mr. and Mrs. Lusti
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lynch
Mr. John Maccioli
John F. MacElwee
William F. Ma.cGarnic
Mrs. Thomasine Madison
Mrs. James Mageean
Mrs. A. W. Ma ee, Jr.
Mr. Sr Mrs. Phgip J.
Mr. C. I. Marois
Mrs. C. T. Marois
Mary Dee Marsh
Mr. 8: Mrs. L. E. Marsh, Jr.
Lt. W. W. Marsh
Mrs. V. Martin
Mary Catherine Matthews
Mrs. B. B. McCabe
Maj. W. E. McCain
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harry A.
ljawrence J. McClellan,
Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul McClure
Mr. Fred McCoy
Mrs. M. McCoy
Charles A. McGlinchey
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. E.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Elsie McKinney
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. M.
Cmdr. R. E. McMahon
Mr. D. F. McMillian
Mrs. D. F. McMillian
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. L. Meadows
Captain 8: Mrs. H. J.
Patrick Joseph Meehan
Merrimack Park Canteen
Millard T. Merritt
Mrs. J. J. Messina
Mrs. W. M. Miano
Mr. 8: Mrs. Sherman
Mr. 8: Mrs. William J.
E. L. Moore
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. P. Moore
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. H. Moore
Mary Anne Moore
Doctor 8: Mrs. N. P. Moore
Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Moore
Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert W.
Capt. V. H. Morgan
Mrs. P. T. Morrison
Mr. T. B. Morton
Mrs. James L. Mullen
Mrs. W. T. Mulqueen
Mrs. O. F. Murden
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Murphy
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. Murphy
Mrs. Marquirete Murphy
W. B. Naylor
B. G. Neal
Ellen F. Neary
Major J. S. Neary
R. Page Newton
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. B. Nichols
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Miss Bertha Noonan
Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Noonan
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. W. O'Brien
W. J. O'Connell
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. J. O'Conn.or
Mrs. J. E. O'Connor
Col. J. E. O'Keefe
Cmdr. L. J. Opeil
Mrs. L. P. Opeil
The Orsini Family
Mr. 8: Mrs. Theodore
Mr. 8: Mrs. John T. Parker
W. O. Payne, D.D.S.
Mrs. G. E. Peckham
Lane P. Pemberton
Lt. C. Percile
Lt. . J. Perlite
L. Comdr. F. E. Phillippi
Mrs. F. E. Phillippi
Allan 8: Roberta Phipps
American Swim Watch
Art Frame Shop
Black Angus Restaurant
Blue and Gold
Bryant Plumbing and
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Miss Mary A. Piedmont
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. L. Piedmont
Mrs. Thompson R. Pooton
Mrs. C. E. Portlock
Lt. S. P. Possantino
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Mr. Arthur K. Potter
Mr. Margaret Potter
Mr. 8: Mrs. Daniel R.
Mrs. A. E. Price, Jr.
Dr. A. T. Prives
Richard A. Puryear
Charles P. gluodec
H. W. Rags ale
Mrs. Helen B. Rainey
Mrs. Francis B. Raiss
Mr. 8: Mrs. William
Mr. 8: Mrs. Percy Ranger
Mr. 8: Mrs. William P.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Rapp
Capt. 8: Mrs. A. B. Register
Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles A.
Mrs. Mary Reid
Mr. Archibald H. Reyes
Elsie P. Reynolds
Mrs. Charles P. Rhodes
Mr. 8: Mrs. Nicholas J.
Leonard R. Rice
Mrs. Kenneth Richardson
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. C.
George Robertson, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Pacific
R. Adm. K. Romoser
Mrs. W. K. Romoser
Mr. 8: Mrs. James W. Rooke
Mr. Mike Rudin
Mrs. Marleen Rudin
Mrs. R. A. Rudolph
Mr. 8: Mrs. S. Rula
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. O. Runaldue
Mrs. Frederick N. Russell
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. T. R an
Mr. 8: Mrs. Marvin
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ralph Sams
G. B. Sanders
Mrs. Virginia Sanders
Mr. 8: Mrs. Sands
Mrs. Elizabeth Saver
Mr. 8: Mrs. Alphonse L.
rs. ar aret awyer
Mrs. A. T!iScarbraugh
Mr. 8: Mrs. Carl Schell
Mr. 8: Mrs. John A.
John S. Schroeder
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. Richard
Mrs. W. R. Schwind
Mrs. C. W. Scott
Mr. George Scott
Mr. 8: Mrs. James Scott
Mary Jo Scullion
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. C. Sellers
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. C. Sever
Rev. Comelius Sexton, S.S.J.
Mr. Thomas M. Shafer
Mrs. T. J. Shannon
Mrs. E. F. Shea
Mr. 8: Mrs. Claude C.
Mr. 8: rs. C. W. Sherwood
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. T. Shuey
Mr. L. E. Shunkwiller
Mrs. T. B. Simpson
Capt. R. H. Smith
Major 8: Mrs. V. J. Smith
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. T. Smith
Capt. L. W. Smythe
Mrs. L. W. Smythe
Mrs. Roy Snedecor
Mr. 8: Mrs. F. C. Sochor
Mrs. Edith Sorensen
Mrs. M. B. Spence
Mrs. O. J. Sprott
Mrs. Cola Spry
Earl Spurr, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Clarence
Mr. 8: lviirs. George Steffe
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. L. Sterrner
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. H. Stokes
Mrs. Oliver W. Stary
Jack L. Stowe
Mrs. J. C. Strand
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. J. Sullivan
Mrs. . M. Sullivan
Col. . M. Sullivan
Miss argaret P. Sullivan
Miss Rosemary Sullivan
Mr. Summers, Jr.
Mri-lg Mrs. P. Surprenant
Mrs. Milton L. Sutler, Jr.
Mr. James Swan
Mrs. Amett B. Taylor
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. Taylor
Hubert J. Thatch
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. A. Thatch
J. F. Thatch
Mr. 8: Mrs. Philip B.
Mr. Raymond A. Thatch
Mr. 8: Mrs. Vincent D.
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. E. Thebarge
Mr. 8: Mrs. L. J. Thebarge
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joe Thomas
J ohnoly-n Thomton
Mr. E. H. Tice
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. Tytus
John G. Uhlar
Robert E. Upton, Jr.
Mrs. Stephen Vancho
Mrs. H. Van Ells
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. J. Vellines
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Venuto
Mr. 8: Mrs. Vivier
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Vizzini
Elias N. Vourdahas
Mrs. Mary C. Wakefield
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. J. Walsh
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ward
Mr. 8: Mrs. . L. Ware
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. F-
F. H. Watlington
Miss Ann Watts
Mrs. B. L. Watts
Mrs. Wanser I. Webb
Major 8: Mrs. R. F.
Mrs. J. R. Westrnan
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ja.mes Cecil
Darry 8: Larry Whiman
Mr. J. C. White
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. P. White
Mr. Roland S. White
Mrs. Roland S. White
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. N.
Miss Lynda Williams
Mrs. Mary Williams
Nelson P. Williams
Mr. 8: Mrs. D. E. Wilkey
Mrs. James C. Wilkins
Mr. 8: Mrs. Glenn Wilson
Mr. 8: Mrs. Raymond C.
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. E. Winter
Mr. 8: Mrs. James T.
Mr. Brooke Witt
Mr. W. J. Wittman
Edna M. Wolfe
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. L. Wood
Mr. Russell Wood
Mrs. J. J. Woodhouse, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. B.
Mr. 8: Mrs. F. P. Wysocki
Mrs. Danie A. York
Mrs. Richard S. Zeisel
Mrs. G. E. Zinser
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. A. Zoby
Mr. 8: Mrs. John W.
Mrs. E. H. Tice
Duke's Beauty Salon
Elmin's TV and Rad.
Henry's Barber Shop
Jack's Barber Shop
Kemp's Barber Shop
Libby's Beauty Salon
Maxine Howard Dress Shop
Mr. E. R. Tobias
Mr. 8: Mrs. Morgan N.
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. N. Triplett
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Trotman
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph P. Tylka
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Pridgens Esso Servicenter
Scottie's City Service
Spry's Variety Store
Sunbeam Appliance Service
Willis Foods Center
Wood's Esso Station
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